Where to Buy Cheap Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets

by Michael C.Upton  |  Published March 14, 2023

In sunny California, the Los Angeles Dodgers had an average attendance of 34,625 in 2021 and have ranked in the top spot for highest attendance for an MLB team over the last eight seasons. Yet, tickets to home games are available.

Dodger Stadium (Photo: Harold Litwiler via Flickr/ CC BY 2.0)

The Los Angeles Dodgers play in Major League Baseball’s National League West division and moved to California from Brooklyn, New York in 1958. The Dodgers regularly host instate rivals the San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres as well as other west coast teams. The Dodgers continue a fierce rivalry with their original nemesis, the New York Yankees, but today mostly focus on beating the Giants or Los Angeles Angels.

Nestled in the tree-lined neighborhood of Elysian Park, Dodger Stadium has housed its namesake since 1962. It is the third oldest active stadium in the MLB and is the largest baseball stadium in the world by seating capacity. Nicknamed Blue Heaven on Earth based on the team’s colors by legendary manager Tommy Lasorda, Dodger Stadium is only 3 miles from downtown and is easily accessed by public transportation.

Single Game Tickets

Because of its size and ability to fit a lot of people in for a game, Dodger Stadium is accessible for all. Cheap tickets for home games can easily be found on StubHub. Searching for Los Angeles Dodgers on StubHub brings results from home and away games, so make sure to choose the correct venue.

Locating available tickets on StubHub is easy. Search for Los Angeles Dodgers and find the correct game date and opponent. Selecting a specific event will bring up a stadium map with highlighted sections showing where seats are available. The sliding column on the left of the website defaults to most affordable seats and hovering over the selection highlights the seat location on the stadium map. Also, by clicking on a section on the stadium map the left column displays only seats available in the selected section sorted in ascending order from cheapest to most expensive. The right column on the StubHub site allows fans to hone the seat search based on number of tickets available, price, and features like wheelchair access, parking passes, and aisle seats.

How much are tickets? Cost depends on how you want to view the game and who the Dodgers are playing. The most affordable sections at Dodger Stadium are the Top Deck and Reserve seats behind home plate, but at the highest point in the stadium. Reserve seats can be found as low as $15 on StubHub. Once seats are chosen the checkout process is simple. Clicking the purchase button allows customers to sign in as a guest or create an account. As a guest account, simply enter a valid email and mobile number for ticket delivery. Review the purchase and buy. Other affordable views of the game can be found in the Pavilion and Left Field Pavilion.

To use digital tickets StubHub recommends downloading the mobile app, which only takes a few minutes. Once logged in, select My Tickets and any purchased tickets will appear along with an order history and order number. From here users can view tickets for admission into the venue. A mobile ticket notice is also sent to the account email. StubHub suggests making sure the tickets match the ordered purchase. Purchaser name does not need to be on tickets and the face value of ticket may differ from price paid.

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Special and Group Tickets

Group tickets are available for parties of 15 or more. Access to group tickets can be made via online request form on the official Dodgers website. The Dodgers offer numerous opportunities to provide fan experiences for employees, clients, family, and friends, including honorary first pitch, on-field recognition, and more. The Dodgers also hold several theme nights including Teacher Appreciation Night, Military Appreciation Night, and LGBTQ+ Pride Night.

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Where to Park

Fans are encouraged to pay for parking in advance. There are 15 parking areas around Dodger Stadium. Lots B, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, N, and P offer preferred parking. Prepaid preferred parking costs between $40 and $45 and general admission parking costs $25. Parking lots and stadium gates open 3 hours prior to gametime. Tailgating and alcohol consumption is prohibited in Dodger Stadium parking lots. Also, the Dodger Stadium Express provides free mass transit to and from the stadium with a game ticket.